Cotswold Water Park - Britain's Largest Water Park

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Cotswold Water Park

The Cotswold Water Park is Britain's largest water park. Over 130 lakes created by gravel extraction, covering over 40 square miles - 50% larger than the Norfolk Broads and still growing.

The Cotswold Water Park. A great day out for all the family   Outstanding countryside provides the setting for relaxation and discovery for adults and children alike - perfect for a family day out, walkers, birdwatchers, photographers and outdoor enthusiasts.

Situated in the heart of the Cotswolds and close to the historic Roman town of Cirencester and the beautiful Cotswold villages of South Cerney, Ashton Keynes and Somerford Keynes, the Cotswold Water Park lends itself as well to a sunny day lounging on the man made beach at Keynes Country Park (now Cotswold Country Park) as it does to a winters day walk around one of the hundreds of lakes.

Keynes Park (now Cotswold Country Park), part of the Cotswold Water Park

Keynes Country Park is now known as Cotswold Country Park.

Cotswold Country Park is open all year round and is the perfect venue for family fun days out.

Following an extensive improvement programme, on-site facilities at Cotswold Country Park now include children's party and conferencing rooms, as well as a recently introduced fossil trail with fossils dating back 500,000,000 years.

Important for wildlife and history - the Cotswold Water Park is a nationally recognised area for wildlife, with spring fed water of the highest quality. Country Parks with picnic and barbecue sites, plenty of parking and access to a network of footpaths, cycleways and bridleways. Visit three nature reserves with bird hides. Discover historic villages in Cotswold stone, the remains of the ice age, fossils from the Jurassic Clay and see finds from the Roman conquest in Cirencester's Corinium Museum.

Active leisure - complete beginners to serious fanatics can choose angling, sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, cycling, kayaking, horse riding, waterskiing, either through club membership or casual visits - book on to taster sessions and courses, hire the equipment or use your own.

Stay as long as you like - the Park offers camping and caravanning, self-catering holiday chalets, b&b, log cabins, traditional inns.
Source : Cotswold Water Park web site

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